very rough ride 2006 mustand how to fix?

Asked by Dec 14, 2012 at 07:24 AM about the 2006 Ford Mustang V6 Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

mustang rides like old dodge lumber wagon i know had 78 4x4 rode just as rough how can i fix this?

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If the ride is stiff, it is normal. If it rattles catches you offcamber, difficult to control have it checked. Go to a dealer and drive a like car, if it is the same ride there is nothing wrong. It's a Mustang. To fix it if there is damaged will depend on what requires fixing. If it is just normal ride stiffness you could look into air ride or softer shocks. The best you can do is have it evaluated and get a custom shop to give you input..

thanks the ex wife said its rode like this since she bought it new i thought it rode too rough but if thats normal ok every thing else checks out with obd11 and if i can get her to change the oil before 10000 miles will probley be ok thanks again jim

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